Culebra, Puerto Rico

February 2-10, 2006

Windchime moored behind the reef outside Dakity Harbor

A Spanish stop sign in Dewey

A wall in Dewey

Arte shop

Puerto Rico was discovered by Columbus in 1493

Linda at Mamacitas

I guess this little guy is out of luck

Deb at the Mamacitas bar

The cigarette display

We still haven't seen it open

These tarpon off the Dinghy Dock Restaurant are over 3 feet long.  They hang out waiting for scraps.

The local boatyard

Linda in front of her Casita

The canal through Dewey

Butiki's door

Touring the island in an electric car

Playa Zoni is a protected turtle reserve

View from Playa Zoni

Nice view of Culebrita with St. Thomas off in the distance

Deb pushing the electric car up a hill

A graveyard

Windchime anchored in Ensenada Honda

A squall moving over Playa Flamenco

The U. S. military used to use the beach for target practice.  This tank was left behind...

...as was this one, which has been decorated by local artists.

The U. S. has swept the area for unexploded ammunitions, but it is unlikely they found them all.

These flowers were growing near one of the tanks

Boardwalk to Playa Flamenco

Casa Bonita in Ensenada Honda--the only blemish on Culebra

Our friend, Steve, and Linda at Mamacitas

Passing by Bahia de Almodovar

Entering Bahia de Tortuga on Culebrita

Party time!  Deb Mike, Courtney, Steve, John, and Kim on Saraband

Steve's pet tortoises, Crown (right) and Regal (left)

Linda holding Crown

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